After an article in the New York Times painted Obama confidante in a somewhat unflattering light, the White House sent out a memo to staff with ways to praise the adviser.
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The power fans come out in droves for Washington's most successful sports franchise.
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Two images related to the upcoming State of the Union address hint at the growing importance of women in politics.
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The first lady is focusing on higher education, military family support, and health — and is open to Botox.
White House press secretary Jay Carney turned the tables -- er, camera -- on the media Monday.